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news producer paul tell usually joins us from outside nelson mandela's home. good evening, sir. tell me what's going on outside there now. >> good evening, greta. south africa is not sleeping tonight. especially in the places nelson mandela touched. people are out in the streets. outside mr. mandela's formal house 20 miles from here. and outside his current home here in north johannesburg where he passed away. it may well be after midnight here but the crowds are still growing. there are hundreds here. the mood has changed quite rapidly to one of quiet shock to frankly boisterous celebration of his life. this is a typical almost uniquely south african reaction, greta. people of all colors, many who have wrapped themselves in the south african flag, some holding candles are toy toying, a revolutionary dance. they are singing his name. one young woman outside his home here is holding up a sign saying it's in our hands now. inside the house a large richly furnished home i have been lucky enough to enter many times to film mr. mandela, the former president was surrounded by family members a
and he came over and whispered, lucky you. he turned to me and says, paul, is this the car i came in? well he's going on a journey now. and after up to two weeks of ceremonies it will end up with him being laid to rest, greta. >> you know, we hear about him being humble. none of us knew him personally. we look at the things he has done this his life. but he tonight, would he be surprised that the whole world is looking at this, all eyes on south africa in a wave of sadness going across the world? >> he was a humble man but he was deeply aware of the major interest in him. he was also incredibly comfortable in the media spotlight. we were fortunate enough. we were so trusted by his security that i and my cameraman were often left alone with him or whether he was in front of hundreds of thousands of people, he had a peace. he was very comfortable in the public. in the public eye. and i think that was because he was a very unselfish man. he really did live his life for others and particularly for south africans and as you know, greta, he said if necessary he would lay down his life to g
derailed yesterday. >>> and now to california and the fiery car crash that killed paul walker and his friend. they are still determining the cause of the crash but they say speed was a factor. walker starred in the "fast & furious" movies, a film franchise about fast cars. >>> mayor ford caught on camera again, but this time he's accused of stealing someone's seat at the buffalo/falcons game. a fan forced the crack smoking mayor to leave early and the fan got his seat back. >>> and it certainly isn't going away. there is more to report tonight. just last night, another victim sucker punched on the new york city streets. there have been a string of knockouts. but the deadly assaults are happening all over the country. on the record has been investigating knockout attacks in several states. right now new york assemblyman doug joins us. >> a hasidic jew was viciously attacked. all of these attacks are creating a tremendous amount of fear. people are afraid to walk the streets. i was walking with my wife. i find myself looking in back, looking in front. and people are reacting in such a f
the truck was abandoned. it no longer poses a threat. >>> and now to california. an autopsy reveals paul walker was killed by both impact and the fire. the autopsy also confirming walker was the passenger in the car. also today, universal pictures shutting down production on "fast & furious" 7 at least temporarily. >>> and now to the deadly cold snap gripping the middle of the country. it is pushing through the rockies and the midwest, the storm bringing bitter temperatures and making driving treacherous, the cold weather threatening crops as far south as ca catch. >>> jodi arias losing a round in court. jurors will not be required to turn over their twitter user names to the court. the defense wanted the social media accounts monitored for communications about the case. and that's tonight's speed-read. . the united states hitting a low, a >>> and ready for this? you might want to sit down. the united states hitting a low. a 40-year low, according to the latest pugh poll, 58% say the u.s. is playing a less important role as a world leader. that's the highest percentage since 1974. rudy g
crash that killed actor paul walker and his friend, police are still investigating the cause of the crash but say speed was a factor. police also say the crash happened in an area known for street racing. walker starred in the "fast & furious" movies, a film franchise about fast cars. >>> mayor rob ford caught on camera again. this time the mayor is accused of stealing someone's seat at the buffalo bills atlanta falcons game. a canadian musician says he got to his seat and found the mayor sitting there. fans forced the crack smoking mayor to leave early so he got his seat back. mays is famous for his 2005 song "cocaine cowgirl." that's tonight's speed read. >>> it certainly isn't going away. there's more to report tonight. just last night another victim sucker punched on a new york city street. we're going to keep showing you examples of these attacks so you know what to look out for. there have been a string of knockouts in largely jewish brooklyn neighborhoods. the violence, sometimes deadly assaults, are happening all over the country. "on the record" has been investigatin
september 18th, 2013 that's this year. paul ryan had one may 20th, 2009. there are plenty plenty of alternatives out there. but he says they haven't presented an alternative. that's a flat out lie. that's not true. >> medical savings account and various aspects it? >> he says that in his p.r. offensive. how effective can that be if you say that when it's not so. >> what he is saying is there is no agreed upon large republican healthcare plan to rival obamacare upon which all the republicans -- >> -- so now we have to read into what you think he says? he is a pretty smart guy. what he said what he might have said he had thought it out. they sure haven't presented an alternative. whether you like the alternative or not, that's fals. >> where is he headed? he is going to veto any change in obamacare he doesn't like. i think the republicans right now could win the u.s. senate in 2014. so where do we go from there? republican senate, a republican house. and obama vetoes any aspect to this program. he doesn't like. we will have gridlock for two years. i don't see how the republicans ov
to california, an autopsy showing actor paul walker was killed by both the impact and the fire in saturday's car crash. the fast and furious star died when their porsche hit a light pole and a tree. confirming walker was the passenger in the car. also today, universal pictures shutting down production on fast and furious 7, at least temporarily. and now to the deadly cold snap gripping the middle of the country. at least six deaths are blamed on the wintry storm it is pushing through the rockies and the midwest. the storm bringing bitter temperatures and making driving treacherous. cold weather threatening crops as far south as california. >>> now to arizona, convicted boyfriend killer jodi arias losing round in court re-sentencing phase retrial. jurors will not be required to turn over twitter user names in the court. they wanted social media accounts monitored for communications about the case. that's tonight's speed read. and ready for this? you might want to sit down. the united states hitting a low, a 40-year low according to the latest pew research center poll. a 3% of americans say the u.
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